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Mar 11, 2012 11:00pm EDT
will have their say and the candidate will the most approved may be mitt romney. here's the latest. >> reporter: primary has been dominated by tight races and more of that drama is surrounding the tuesday primaries in alabama and mississippi. today rick santorum continued to take aim at mitt romney, campaigning in tupelo, mississippi he responded to claims about the romney camp that santorum can't nail down the delegates he needs during the remaining primaries. >> establishment is trying to force a moderate republican from massachusetts down the throats of the american people, and if we have to go to a convention, we'll win the convention. i have no doubt about that. >> reporter: romney, who has no events scheduled today, has more than twice the delegates santorum has at this point in the race. for gingrich, who won south carolina and his home state of georgia, the two upcoming southern primaries could be crucial, and gingrich turned his fire on mitt romney. >> yes, he's the front-runner. he's not a strong front runner. i think after the last primary in june, likely to see a 60-day
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